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on a party bus. today, they are celebrating preside the fact that governor jerry brown signed the bill into law. it is called the brett studebaker law. he was three times the legal limit in 2010. the bill now requires that party bus operators ask the person making the reservation if alcohol will be served and if anyone is under 21. they also have to check identification. none of this was required on the night that brett went out to celebrate a friend's birthday. >> i feel happy that something good can come out of something so bad. >> i think it's nicely put. we feel brett's presence quite a bit. we know that brett is smiling down on this day. >> reporter: now they spoke at the family home near the tree house that brett helped his father build. the law allows penalties against the chaperon and driver and company for failing to comply. another bus in july heightened the need for all of this. if anyone underage is caught drinking, the trip is over immediately. the law takes effect in january of 2013. christie smith, nbc bay area news. >>> the east bay private eye case gets back in court t
will get a little advanced warning about tuition hikes heading their way. governor jerry brown signed ab-70. this requires schools to talk to students 30 days before they announce any plans to increase tuition fees. it requires a 90-day period between the approval of the increase and when it actually takes effect. the new rules will go into effect january 1st. >>> and governor brown has been busy signing a number of other bills this week. the first aimed at community college reform and helping students combat the effects of student tuition if they meet minimum standards. another looks to make california a leader in making electronic versions of textbooks available to students. sb-1053 will create a database where e-materials will be stored. students could access the library anywhere in the state. finally, governor brown vetoed a bill that would ban smoking in long-term health care facilities. before giving ab-217 a thumb's down, he said it was admirable, but better for individual facilities and employees to devid devise their own policies. >>> we suggest you stick around. we'll be back in a
brown signed a bill to put a two-year moratorium on park closures. they will be funded with a $30 million state surplus which was deliberately concealed by the parks department until recently. it provides more money to the park and recreation commission trying to keep a tighter hold on the department. >>> the author of the "harry potter" series has a new book out. >>> and how much are you spending on tricks and treats this year? a survey shows halloween could get more spooky and expensive. >> to join our conversation, join us on nbc bay area on facebook. lots of prepaid cards come pre-filled with problems. enough is enough. introducing the chase liquid reloadable card. with chase liquid, there's no waiting and no fee to activate you can load cash and checks at any chase depositfriendly atm and there are no withdrawal fees at over 17,500 chase atms all for one flat fee of $4.95 per month. get rid of prepaid problems. get chase liquid. >>> welcome back. i can tell you a lot of book fans will be happy about this one. j.k. rowling will have a new book on store shelves on thursday. 2 m
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